This evening at 5:00 in Loyd Auditorium we celebrate the unity and love we share with all our brothers and sisters in Chester County. As we prepare for that service, we are reminded of the basis for that unity given in this special passage of scripture.
Learning to respect God and His word on all subjects, including and especially the home and family; human nature, unconditional love, humility, self-esteem, sacrifice.
In this text, Paul draws a sharp distinction between the spiritual life and the secular life. What is the meaning and application of his instruction for us?
Today’s lesson comes from our One Word devotional book for 2017, and it is one of the most beautiful words in the English language: forgiveness. “To err is human, to forgive is divine” (Alexander Pope).
When discussing marriage one of the important topics is, “What does it mean for wives to submit to their husbands?” Let us take a look at submission in marriage.
After becoming a Christian, marriage is life’s most important decision. What can be done to secure the future of marriage, to make your marriage last?
One of the titles Jesus wears is Light of the World. Like Him, those who follow Him must dispel the darkness that destroys, bringing light and life to the world, one person at a time.
Today we honor our good and godly fathers who are leading their families in the discipline and instruction of the Lord. We earnestly seek the Father’s wisdom and blessing.
This is one of the great texts of the Bible, Paul’s assurance that we are saved by the grace of God. He makes clear that salvation from sin is a gift from God, but he also makes clear the necessary role we must play in God’s plan to save.
As we begin the new year, we are considering the theme of “Better in our Families.” This great passage is a wonderful place to start thinking of how we can be better in our relationships at home.